Unique Batch No. 2 - Marri (Sold Out)
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Batch number 2 was collected in April from Cranbrook, in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. This area is packed with the native Australian Eucalyptus Calophylla a Redgum also known locally as the Marri tree. These giants of the forest grow to up to 40 metres in height and produce delicate white blossoms, from which the bees foraged pollen from to make this honey.
The Marri flowers give this honey a slightly darker colour and a stronger taste than the paler honeys such as those from Karri trees. The flavour can be described as sticky toffee.
The beekeeper for this batch was Nectar Honey friend Simon. This honey is beautiful and sweet, well worth the trip down to the south of Western Australia to collect it!
Enjoy! With love, Nectar Honey team